Alex Ziskind just released a video training course "Building Cross Platform Native Mobile Applications with NativeScript" on Pluralsight.
Bao Nguyen, Developer at Losant, shares what they created with the NativeScript platform.
Deploy iOS apps to the Apple app store from NativeScript CLI
Adding support for additional languages in NativeScript is easy, thanks to this plugin by Dan Tamas
If you're building mobile apps, it doesn't take long until you have a need for a tabbed interface. Guest author Bradley Gore explains what you need to know.
TJ VanToll and Jen Looper gave a great talk on sharing code between web and native apps at ng-conf 2016.
We announced NativeScript 2.0 on the NativeScript Newsletter as well as at the ng-conf keynote. Here is a collection of items you should't miss out on.
ng-conf liveblog 2016
You can get a sweet Telerik backpack by contributing to NativeScript.
The winner of the 1st Anything You Can Do contest discusses how he build the winning BBC News Reader application.
You can fix JavaProxy is not defined errors by following the NativeScript Upgrade instructions.
Watch a video on how to add animations to your NativeScript application.
Update your NativeScript for Visual Studio Code to version 0.2.0
Find out how to use the Android Immersion Mode and also how to style the Navigation bar.
Ben Elliott has written up an article on how he and his team manage Continuous Integration with NativeScript and TeamCity.
Find a workaround to the File path too long - keep below 240 characters issue on Android builds on the Windows platform.
Nathan Walker wrote a plugin template to help ease the creation of NativeScript Plugins. By using this template, you get a skeleton directory with all the necessary files to make your plugin.
Listen to Angular Air Episode 56: Is NativeScript the holy grail for mobile development?
Watch an hour long introductory presentation on NativeScript here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mI9zW6YsF1Y&list=PLG2EHzEbhy0-QirMKgSxhjkUyTSSTvHjL&index=2
(expect a newsletter every 4-8 weeks)